A resolution protesting against the allotment of lands in the Chickasaw district as provided by a resolution of the Chickasaw Legislature. Approved September 24, 1872. Passed Senate February 2, 1874. Passed House and approved February 3, 1874.
A resolution authorizing the Principal Chief to urge Joseph P. Folsom to complete translating and printing the laws in the Choctaw language as soon as practicable. Passed and approved February 4, 1874.
A proposed act granting to William Impson the privilege to turnpike the Jacks Fork Mountain and establish a toll gate thereon. Passed House October 19, 1874. Passed Senate October 20, 1874. Approved October 20, 1874.
A resolution authorizing the committee of schools and school reports of the present General Council to investigate the books and vouchers of Forbis Leflore, former Superintendent of Schools. Passed House October 19, 1874. Passed Senate October 21,...
A resolution that one person be appointed to go to Sedelia, Missouri, the headquarters of the M.K. & T Railroad Co. to get the statistics of the amount of money given by the Railroad Co. Passed and approved October 22, 1874.
A resolution referring the examination of the reports of Superintendent of Public Schools, Superintendent of Boarding Schools and the district trustees to the next regular session of Choctaw Council. Passed and approved October 29, 1874.
A proposed bill that no citizen of this nation has the right to grant a right a way to any railroad company or corporate community. Passed Senate October 31, 1874. Passed House Nov. 2, 1874 and approved the same.
A resolution to accept as true and correct the report of James Thompson, National Treasurer, for the year, 1873-1874. Passed Senate October 30, 1874. Passed House October 30, 1874. Approved Nov. 3, 1874.
Printed materials 1874-1928 .10 foot Indian chief. Typescripts of newspaper articles (1874-1929) by and about Jumper, and regarding the Peace Council of 1874, and the status of Christian missions in the Seminole Nation.